Discussion in 'Domain Research' started by RobM, Jan 1, 2015.
Hopefully at (or before) the weekend.
Will the updates be LIVE soon?
Looks like the updates went live today.
I notice the current day is missing? Is this a permanent change, or will it be coming back?
For me, it's possibly too much information, but the option is there to show and hide columns, which is obviously good!
Can't seem to trigger or find the WATCH DOMAIN feature - a very useful option that existed before.
Hi. It's quicker to email me as I don't check the forum too much. The watchlist is coming back soon - I had to remove it as it wasn't working properly and it was stopping the rest of the site going live.
@cm1975 - glad there's too much information that's what I like to hear I can see the current day fine. Could you email me with the problem please?
Dropped you an email now.
Will the watchlist be coming back this week?
Yes. All data has been stored as well so watches will be in place.
+1 not been active recently, but when i use domainview this is a big feature for me.
Probably late now, but sorting domains on watch lists in ascending/ descending would of been a plus. Looking forward to trying out the updated version, it has been money very well spent so far.
Which day this week can we resume "watching" domains? (if you have a set day, of course)
Hmm I've never watched anything
It's loading muchhh faster for me than than the old version did so big bonus there, thanks Rob
Next and previous day buttons would be good.
I didn't really like the paged results though, so switched that off.
I used to be able to go to Drop List > Dropping and enter a keyword, and it would bring up all the results for the number of days ahead that my subscription allowed.
Now I do it, and it seems to just be bringing up results for one day, and I have to manually change days (P.I.T.A.).
Am I missing something?
Personally, don't this update, and I really hate it when sites I subscribe to issue 'updates' without first making sure that the 'updates' are working 100%.
At the moment you can't search through the database due to the sheer amount of data there. However I have added a 'Download All Files' option which will download the entire amount of dropping domains along with all their statistics for your subscription in csv format for excel etc. I will be looking at ways of adding this again but it was not as important as far more stats, far more reliable stats, and more screen real-estate and quicker manipulation.
So will this be coming back? It was the only reason I used your site, and not check for **FREE** the days on DomainLore. It was just easier, before this update.
I just did the **Download All** option (after spending ages trying to find it), and its a load of Chinese writing.
I think you've put to much on their now. Just because someone in this thread said they use that metric, don't mean it should now slow down what was a good little site.
I also preferred the previous model.
It's actually speeded up because the client's computer is doing all the searching instead of querying the database every time a key is pressed. With regards to chinese writing I don't know how you're trying to open it. It's actually a text file with a csv extension which is openable in notepad, word, excel, etc. This has been downloaded many times and is working fine. Clicking on 'downloads' then 'download entire list' isn't hard to find I don't believe. Anyway I understand that not everybody wants or needs as much information so if you wish to email me your username I will refund your last payment and cancel the subscription.
If I recall there used to be the facility to check the domains that expired today
Now I only see yesterdays and beyond expired lists. Perhaps I'm looking in the wrong place?
Sorry, but I'm not seeing the downloads either?!?!
I'm checked the site out on a few browsers. Not too sure IE9 is working with it?
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